The 2017 personal tax deadline is approaching. Unless you are self-employed, your Canadian personal income tax return is due on April 30, 2018. Regardless of employment status, all outstanding 2017 personal taxes must be paid to the Receiver General for Canada on or before April 30, 2018. Click here for Avisar’s personal income tax checklist to assist you in providing all relevant tax info to your accountant in advance of the deadline.
What is the best way to price the job and bill your client? When billing a client, it is common to set an hourly rate, multiply that by the number of hours worked on the file and bill the client accordingly. But technology is reducing the time needed to do many jobs while increasing the…READ MORE
Dear friends, clients, and business associates, As many of you know, Avisar Partner Steve Krause’s youngest son Jesse was diagnosed with cancer one year ago. This was an extremely difficult time for the Krause family and also impacted the Avisar team deeply. We are pleased to report that Jesse is approaching his nine month check…READ MORE
When employers accommodate the disability, they benefit from the ability. Disability is a loaded word. Is a disability a real mental or physical impairment, or is the “disability” a blockage to useful employment created by the failure of society to accommodate? For example, is a person in a wheelchair disabled, or has society failed to…READ MORE